Lake Mills, Iowa Golf Courses

There is 1 golf course in Lake Mills, Iowa and 0 are municipal courses.There are also another 5 golf courses within 20 miles of Lake Mills, including 3 public, 1 municipal and 1 private courses. The oldest course in the Lake Mills area is the Rice Lake Golf & Country Club opened in 1922. The longest course is Wedgewood Cove Golf Club, which is 7,009 yards. Rice Lake Golf & Country Club is rated the best course near Lake Mills.

18 holes over 6,449 yards with a par of 71 (Public) Write a Review
43080 Golf Ave
Lake Mills, IA 50450-7407
(641) 592-8022
3 miles from the center of Lake Mills. Write a Review
9 holes over 3,488 yards with a par of 36 (Private) Write a Review
124 Arrowhead Rd
Emmons, MN 56029-1116
(507) 297-5800
7 miles from the center of Lake Mills. Write a Review
18 holes over 6,367 yards with a par of 71 (Municipal) Write a Review
145 Country Club Rd
Forest City, IA 50436-2516
(641) 585-1353
12 miles from the center of Lake Mills. Write a Review
9 holes (Public) Write a Review
2200 W 9th St
Albert Lea, MN 56007-1311
(507) 373-2007
16 miles from the center of Lake Mills. Write a Review
18 holes over 7,009 yards with a par of 72 (Public) Write a Review
2200 W 9th St
Albert Lea, MN 56007-1311
(507) 373-2007
16 miles from the center of Lake Mills. Write a Review
18 holes over 6,198 yards (Public) Write a Review
101 E Richway Dr
Albert Lea, MN 56007-2107
(507) 373-1061
19 miles from the center of Lake Mills. Write a Review

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